Poet Lady Katz: new forum reply to Poetry is why I write

New reply from Susan Katz

<p>Thank you so much for sharing your thoughts, in the form of poetry, on why you write.  We are all driven to write by something within and I can feel the passion and the drive you are feeling – the compulsion to write poetry.  You have some fine lines in your poem – "It's a sync of feelings carved in a frame of words…"  but, if I may say, you rely a bit too much on rhyme.  It is a common problem most poets have at one time or another and is easily addressed by using images (metaphors and similes) and by allowing the rhythm of the words to guide you, not that they rhyme at the end of a line.  Keep on writing – you have the passion and you have the need, and I look forward to seeing your work in the future.  -Susan</p>


Original Post by Ishudeep

Poetry is why I write

<p>Poetry is why I write</p>
<p>It's a rhyme which is tuned from my heart beats, heart beats I write on sheets.</p>
<p>It's an ECG graph on paper,<br />As in till heart pumps I ll write and beat in hearts forever.</p>
<p>It's an emotion which comes from heart through fingers and touches directly to hearts</p>
<p>It's a sync of feelings carved in a frame of words.</p>
<p>It's like bringing life to a dead blank page<br />Experience jotted of life's every stage .</p>
<p>Ishudeep Singh</p>
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